I hope to one day be in the same frame of mind that you are now in.What I mean by that is how strong you are and doing your best to make a living memorial to your sweet Mother. I am just getting by but seem to have days were my Mom is there on my mind.I am trying to understand what has happened to the life I once new and had.
So I know I need to go through it but can I tell you something I really don't want to.
Thank you for caring. I am trying .Trying everyday to make it to the next. I miss her so much that I find myself needing this site and all the people here .everyone has been very supportive and can kinda understand what each person is going through. Bless you and your thoughts too.Kim
I saw your status about your birthday and you being a mess. Birthdays just don't have the same meaning after the loss of a loved one. My only birthday wish for you is peace, because I know how hard peace is to find when grieving.
Thank you for your kind words to me. I almost lost my mother to cancer, and I am glad that I didn't lose her, I didn't lose her but I lost my son to cancer as well. I am sorry for your lost, and once more thank you for your words
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